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(YouTube)   If you've been waiting to see 1953 test footage of a canon that fires nukes upgraded to 4K @ 48fps, your wait is over   (youtube.com) divider line
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AI 4K 48fps | Atomic Canon Sequence - DAIN App

The original film has been upscaled, denioised, and frame interpolated using artificial intelligence. This film was already shot in color, so all that was attempted here is upscaling to 4K resolution and bumping the frame rate from 24fps to 48fps. Some scenes did not interpolate properly, but seeing it in a higher frame rate is pretty amazing..

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Original video and description: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsB83fAtNQE

The Atomic Cannon, at 280 mm, was the largest nuclear weapons capable mobile artillery piece manufactured by the United States. On May 25, 1953, a 280 mm cannon fired an atomic projectile a distance of 7 miles at the Nevada Test Site. The test known as "Grable," exploded with a force of 15 kilotons, similiar to that of Hiroshima. Twenty 280 mm cannons were manufactured. None were used in battle. Sequence from the HD version of "Trinity and Beyond - The Atomic Bomb Movie" available on blu-ray.
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